The Applied Community and Economic Development Sequence brings together students and faculty from five disciplines for deeper understanding of the theory and practice of development. To hear from current students across programs, check out this student project! (Veronica Aboyer, '06)
Stevenson Center graduates pursue careers in the U.S. and abroad with organizations like the American Red Cross, Action Against Hunger, NeighborWorks America, and many more. (Katie Saunders ‘13 and Ambuj Neupane ’13, both with the US Environmental Protection Agency)
Looking for a way to pursue your life’s passion without incurring a lifetime of student loan debt? Students receive a 100% tuition waiver, graduate assistantship with stipend, and paid field experience. (Courtney Johnson, '17)
The Stevenson Center is committed to increasing diversity in our programs. Candidates who can contribute to the university’s climate of diversity and inclusivity are especially welcomed and encouraged to apply.
The Stevenson Center is pleased to welcome the Fall 2023 cohort, each bringing their own unique set of experiences and dreams to the mix. Students from this cohort have already served communities in Bloomington-Normal, Peoria, Chicago, Idaho, Utah, New Mexico, Vanuatu and Ethiopia both independently and through programs such as AmeriCorps and the Peace Corps. Some plan to bring this experience back to communities they have already served, while others plan to go out into the world and find new communities to develop. Read more